tide pool

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tide pool

also tide·pool (tīd′po͞ol′)
n.
A pool of water remaining after a tide has retreated. Also called tidal pool.

tide′-pool′, tide′pool′ adj.
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Kaitlin Magliano, education coordinator at the Crystal Cove Conservancy, told the Register winter low tides offered a good look at the starfish, which were the size of a hand, emerging recently in local tidepools.
Sip a sunset cocktail at the outdoor Captain's Bar, and have dinner at Tidepools, a contemporary Hawaiian restaurant set amidst tropical gardens and overlooking the large koi lagoon.
Inside, you'll find exhibits focused on tidepools, shore birds, and mammals, plus a 20,000gallon aquarium filled with hundreds of creatures native to the Northwest.
The Yaquina Head Outstanding Natural Area invites you to explore the tidepools at Cobble Beach.
From the visitor center, trails radiate into a coastal smorgasbord of scenery, including a spouting horn, active tidepools, a cove beach, churning wave action, a giant spruce tree and probably one of the best coastal views around.
Ten plants each of Bossiella plumosa, Corallina van-couveriensis, and Calliarthron tuberculosum were selected from tidepools in the upper-mid intertidal region, about 1.
The Queen learns of the many ocean creatures such as a sea lion, seal, jellyfish and tidepools.
Visitors can go snorkeling in the Waiopae Tidepools or take a dip in several warm-water springs that have emerged as a result of the area's constant volcanic activity.
Habitually, at low tide most fishes of the intertidal zone are concentrated in tidepools.
Therefore, to determine age for young opaleye, we used preserved specimens taken from tidepools at Palos Verdes and Pin Rock, Catalina Island from 1982 to 1984.
The sands were covered with moms, dads and kids, who waded into the tidepools as the occasional surfer plied waves that rolled across the kelp out of an off-shore marine layer.
Bamboo sharks usually live around coral reefs and tidepools.